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Coping with Colic in Horses

Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital equine veterinarians provide horse owners with information about identifying, treating and preventing equine colic – the leading cause of premature death in horses, and one of the most common equine veterinary emergencies.

Colic is not a disease, but a variety of signs that point to abdominal pain and gastrointestinal distress in horses. Because colic can be fatal if untreated, it’s important that horse owners understand the condition and know when and how to respond.
 

Coping with Colic in Horses Presentation and Q&A

Did you miss the first online presentation and Q&A about colic? Watch the full video now, where experts from our equine hospital answer your questions about colic - the leading cause of premature death in horses.

 

 Paging Dr. Ram: Coping with Colic in Horses - Part I

 

Don't have time to watch the entire presentation? No problem. Click on the links below and watch only the questions that matter to you. Still have questions? Email CSU-VTH@colostate.edu.

 

 Paging Dr. Ram: Coping with Colic in Horses - Part II

 

Don't have time to watch the entire presentation? No problem. Click on the links below and watch only the questions that matter to you. Still have questions? Email CSU-VTH@colostate.edu.